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The Price of Rights

The Price of Rights

City Seeks Legal Fees from Occupy By Jeremy Morrison Michael Kimberl was making an effort to come out of his shell, to connect to a wider community. Besides, he was already on the front lines, [...]

The Buzz 12/01/11

The Buzz 12/01/11

HORSING AROUND With Escambia County Commissioner Wilson Robertson getting the all clear on possible ethics charges over his role in the hiring of a recently brought-on and let-go marketing director [...]

Outtakes 12/01/11

Outtakes 12/01/11

WHY OCCUPY Sean works retail. The 20-something is college educated, another one of Pensacola’s educated and underemployed workforce. He describes himself as an Occupy Pensacola sympathizer. Sean [...]

Occupy Update, Getting Comfortable

Occupy Update, Getting Comfortable

Settling out to what is becoming the new-normal, Martin Luther King Jr. Plaza is now base camp to a steady two to three dozen people. Occupy Pensacola is entering into its second week and it looks [...]

Urban Campout

Urban Campout

Occupy Pensacola Digs In by Jeremy Morrison When the sun sets it gets dark, especially when the power’s off. “They turned off our power,” said Gary Paull Jr. Monday night, Oct. 17. [...]

Camping Out for Change

Camping Out for Change

The occupation has begun and breakfast is being served. As of Sunday morning, Martin Luther King Jr. Plaza in downtown Pensacola sported doughnuts, milk and a makeshift library. Participants in [...]